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Harman Kardon Aura Specs

Harman Kardon Aura Specs

Release Date in Philippines
DateSep 2013
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWireless
Wireless technologyBluetooth
Recommended usageOther
Speaker placementTabletop/bookshelf
Number of drivers7
Tweeter diameter3.81 cm (1.5")
Mid-range driver diameter (imperial)3.81 cm (1.5")
Woofer diameter (imperial)11.4 cm (4.5")
Number of woofer drivers1
Colour of productBlack

Harman Kardon Aura Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2017-05-03
This speaker has a simple setup and is ready to use right out of the boxThe sound quality wasn't as clear as other speakers in our review
PROS / This speaker has a simple setup and is ready to use right out of the box. CONS / The sound quality wasn't as clear as other speakers in our review. VERDICT / This attractive speaker can be a good choice for those who prefer listening to bass-heav...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-22
Excellent sound, Bass, Connectivity OptionsAwkward Touch Controls, Not Dust proof
Harman Kardon Aura is a wireless one piece speaker system that delivers rich and clear sound. It has stunning looks that will definitely get noticed in your living room. At the first glance, if you are acquainted with Harman Kardon's SoundStick, you might...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-23
Interesting design, Easy to use, Very good overall sound quality, Impressive low-frequency responseBass tended to be too strong for trance, Rock could've use more mid-range
We're not ones to judge what is and isn't art, and it's up for debate whether Harman/Kardon's Aura wireless speaker qualifies for such a distinction. Regardless, it would make for an interesting addition to any contemporary living space. It has a captivat...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-18
This futuristic (in a fashionably retro way) wireless stereo speaker from the same Harman Kardon – apparently still busy in audio in Connecticut, if not quite a buzz brand any more – certainly channels that transparent polycarbonate 2001 look, but it's fa...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-09
The most unusual speaker you would have seen, the Aura Wireless Speakers has a design unlike no other. It almost looks like an applicant in your kitchen. The controller buttons which include power, volume and source placed almost glide along and look swee...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-04
Great design, Minimal footprint for a single enclosure speaker, Room filling sound, Great connectivity optionsYou don't get extreme precision or detail
One would think there's not much that can be done with design when it comes to single enclosure speakers. There are after all just the standard set of components that need to be thrown together in one enclosure: a couple of tweeters and a large diaphragm...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-06
Taking advantage of demand for Bluetooth speakers, Harman Kardon is using its expertise and leveraging previous successful designs. We have with us the Harman Kardon Aura - an expensive speaker with good looks and the promise of great sound quality. There...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-14
Powerful, clear sound. Attractive design. Lots of connection options.Awkward touch controls on the speaker itself
The Harman Kardon Aura looks more like a work of art than a speaker, but it can do the job of both. While the $399.95 device looks striking, with a clear, curved dome and subtle lighting, it's also a functional and powerful wireless speaker that supp...
Reviewed on 2014-05-13
Harman Kardon is well known for its high-end audio products that are designed to look and sound perfect, and the Aura is no different in that regard. While it may divide opinion on its looks, there's no doubt that the Aura is a finely engineered speaker system, comprising of a see-through polycarbonate shell and a slick matte-finished bottom which encloses its six high- and mid-range drivers, alo...For its strange looks and tip-top sound, you'll be forking out quite the premium for the Aura: £350 in fact, which puts it on the high-end spectrum of home wireless speakers. For that,you do get fantastic sound and a wealth of connectivity options too - but its looks might not be for everyone. We've also been spoiled by plenty of speaker systems that pack in battery packs to wheel around for part...
Meet the Karman Kardon Aura, a speaker system that looks more like a NASA-designed deep-fat fryer than a high-end audio product, but we can assure you it's very much the latter. Harman Kardon is known for its tip-top sound quality and extravagant looks...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-17
Creative design, well built, Tonally balanced, Room-filling soundLacks detail and dynamics of rivals, Loose bass, No dedicated remote, App lacks features
Wireless speakers have been known for rebelling against standard box casing (have you seen the Philips Shoqbox SB7220 ?) and Harman-Kardon's latest wireless speaker is definitely up there with the craftiest of creations. At first glimpse it would be eas...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-08
Space-age design looks great, excellent sound quality at all volumes, loud output warm bass sits perfectly in the mix, great separation, omni-directional output produces all-encompassing soundOccasional erratic volume behaviour after turning on, always seeking Wi-Fi network can interrupt Bluetooth connection, design won't suit all
The Harman Kardon Aura may look like The Jetson's spaceship has collided with a ultra-modern kitchen blender but this quirky design housing is actually a wireless home speaker. If you're seeking a showstopper in speaker design that is also small and comp...
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